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Rue Saint-Romain, Rouen

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Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Named for the seventh-century archbishop of the city, Rue Saint-Romain runs near the city's cathedrals. The street is so picturesque that it's been captured the eye of many famous painters over the years, including Camille Pissarro , Eugène Boudin, and Charles Pinet. This street is alluring because it has changed so little since the Middle Ages. From the half-timber houses to the cobblestone-covered street still grooved from carriage wheels, you can feel the history here with each step. Our Rouen online itinerary planner makes visiting Rue Saint-Romain and other Rouen attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Rue Saint-Romain is a nice street to walk to explore the beautiful buildings in the historical center of Rouen.  more »
  • I enjoyed walking down here. Plenty of very old buildings and many interesting small shops. Walked past the Joan of Arc Museum. Perhaps visit next time.  more »

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